for people who trade shares short term, they tend to use advanced charting software to scan for share candidates. what if we are shorting dma based share-cfds? should one conveniently use the same software to scan for share opportunites (in my case, downward moving shares), but then just take the corresponding cfd instead right? this seems to work nicely - once again using the same technical analyses skills (less new stuff to learn) to find cfds for trading short term (when the market is going down in the short term).
also, briefly, what other methods do we use to find other short term trading cfd (not share based) opportunities? special scanners or just browsing the default internet cfd platform the broker gives us.
thanks again everyone
(pardon me if i ask some dumb questions from time to time)